MostWanted Crew provides the one and twos for your event. Their highly skilled DJs are available for any occasion and enjoys celebrating with you and your guests by providing great music. We offer a diverse genre of music from Top 40s, Pop, Disco, Oldies, Konpa and Afro beats allowing us to accommodate special requests or deliver a custom playlist.

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Dancehall is a genre of Jamaican popular music that originated in the late 1970s.[2] Initially dancehall was a more sparse version of reggae than the roots style, which had dominated much of the 1970s.[3][4] Two of the biggest stars of the early dancehall era were Yellowman and Eek-a-Mouse. Dancehall brought a new generation of producers, including Linval ThompsonGussie Clarke and Jah Thomas.[5] In the mid-1980s, digital instrumentation became more prevalent, changing the sound considerably, with digital dancehall (or "ragga") becoming increasingly characterized by faster rhythms. (The word "bashment", a term originating in the 1990s, was used to describe a particularly good dance; for example "to go to a bashment dance". In the Dancehall vernacular, "bashment" is therefore an adjective instead of a noun.)

In the early 1990s songs by Shabba RanksPatra and Chaka Demus and Pliers were the first dancehall megahits in the US and abroad. Other varieties of dancehall achieved crossover success outside of Jamaica during the mid-to-late 1990s. After the popularizing of Buju Banton's dancehall song "Boom Bye Bye" in the early 1990s, dancehall music came under criticism over anti-gay lyrics in a few songs. The early 2000s saw the success of newer charting acts such as RihannaElephant Man and Sean Paul. Dancehall made a resurgence within the pop market in the late 2000s, with songs by KonshensBusy SignalMr. VegasAlkaline (musician)MavadoVybz KartelBeenie Man among others.